It’s more than a little tacky for Burton to put out a team movie and dump all the women into a group part, like it’s an afterthought: “Oh, also we have some women who ride snowboards…”
The early 1990s were a scary time. Snowboarding was banned at many resorts and it was acceptable to wear fanny packs and full neon outerwear with hard boots.
“Contagion” is the latest edit from the Total Revenue crew.
BLACK OUT is the two-year video project from Scott Smith and the Michigan-based Blunts Brews and Bad Newz crew. Above all it showcases some of Michigan’s best snowboarding talent and probably the finest cinematography you’ll see in a “local” edit. It’s rad, and I’ve got an extra copy to give away in time for the…
Knucklehead, a New York snowboarding movie, is the latest full-length flick from Ice Coast Kills Shit.
The mini-documentary comes in at about 10 minutes long, so give yourself a break from the daily grind for a few minutes and check out some Mongolian snowboarding!
Lost in Mongolia was filmed entirely with a Nokia 1020.
“Black Out”, the two year video project from Scott Smith and the Blunts Brews and Bad News crew goes public this weekend!